Where Emotions Get Stored as Physical Pain in the Body
I have a #storytime for you guys about how powerful emotions can be in terms of physical pain. I’m going to start off with a little background on Nick and I. First of all, we are EXTREMELY different. Although we grew up in the same city, we did so on opposite sides. I was sheltered …
The Powerful Cancer-Fighter you can Grow In Your front yard
Colon or body part cancer is one in every of the deadliest forms of cancer round the world. Doctors decision the diseasethe “silent killer” because it doesn’t cause any specific symptoms – it’…
Brittany Phillips, LPC, NCC on Instagram: “#Repost @latibulecounseling with @repostsaveapp · · · 'When you shut down emotion, you're also affecting your immune system, your nervous…”
326 Likes, 12 Comments - Brittany Phillips, LPC, NCC (@brittanyantoinette) on Instagram: “#Repost @latibulecounseling with @repostsaveapp · · · 'When you shut down emotion, you're also…”
What is Methylation and Why Should You Care About it
WHAT IS METHYLATION? The topic of methylation is getting its fair share of attention lately, and rightly so. Methylation is a simple biochemical process – it is the transfer of four atoms - one car...
10 Signs You Need Methylation Support
Do you need to worry about methylation? Believe it or not, this is a simple but essential process is happening in our bodies all the time and is involved in so many of our body functions. Our latest
Weight Loss After Menopause: 14 Foods to Eat and Avoid
Weight Loss After Menopause | The hormone imbalance that occurs during the transition to menopause can lead to many uncomfortable symptoms, and is often to blame for a slower metabolism, insulin sensitivity, and weight gain. If you want to know how to lose weight during perimenopause and menopause, exercise alone won't help. We're sharing a list of the foods you should eat and avoid for weight loss - and to help manage the symptoms of menopause - for a healthier, happier you!
The Blood Type Diets : Blood Type A
Information, guidance and support for readers interested in applying the principles of The Blood Type Diet as outlined by The New York Times best-selling author Dr. Peter D'Adamo.
Living with Methylisothiazolinone Allergy: The Complete Guide by Alex Gazzola
In 2015 after a series of patch testing at hospital, I received the diagnosis that I had a sensitivity to Methylisothiazolinone (MI - a preservative) and Linalool (an allergen naturally occurring in essential oils). My skincare routine with natural and organic beauty was well established at this point. Due to the beliefs behind green beauty its not often you'll find Methylisothiazolinone in natural products but I often encounter this ingredient outside of the home. MI was Named ‘Allergen of…
Tongue Tingler — Jasmine Hemsley
This nifty little tool will make your mouth happier and healthier, which is also key to a happy and healthy gut, and ultimately a happy and healthy you! I think you’ll be surprised what a difference this simple habit can make when added to your morning routine. Our Tongue Tinglers are made from 10
Staying Focused When You Have MS | Everyday Health
Short-term memory loss and slowed information processing can be very real issues for people with multiple sclerosis.
Coping With Anxiety: Science-Backed Ways to Reduce Anxiety
Anxiety is a natural emotion, but when anxiety symptoms become overwhelming or hindering to everyday happiness, these are the best ways to cope with anxiety, according to psychologists and research.
Diagnosing an Allergy to Vitamin B12
Allergic to B12? Learn about how large amounts of vitamin B12 can cause contact dermatitis in people with cobalt allergy.